Read about the steps you can take to live well with arthritis.
Maintaining a level of physical activity is important for managing PsA.
Exercise is an important part of managing PsA, without causing joint damage.
Exercising in water is a great way to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility and ease stiff joints.
Walking is an effective way of reducing pain and stiffness of PsA.
Strength training can help to improve muscle strength, support joints and improve mobility.
Tai chi is a gentle exercise that can improve posture and balance and decrease stress.
Dance and aerobic classes can improve cardiovascular fitness, pain relief, flexibility and balance.
Golf is a great for walking, mental stimulation, socialising and stress-relief.
The best diet for PsA is a healthy, balanced one to maintain your general health.
Discussion about a healthy diet and inflammatory arthritis.
A dietitian's advice about what you should be eating.
Options for when you struggle to prepare food for yourself.
A healthy weight is important for managing your arthritis.
People with PsA often experience Fatigue. Read about ways to help manage it.
Are your PsA symptoms affecting your sleep, or is your trouble sleeping making your symptoms worse?
Learn how your PsA and other factors may be causing your extreme tiredness.
Discussion about achieving effective therapy in inflammatory diseases.
If you have PsA and smoke, you could be at risk of worsening your symptoms.
Read more about ‘Complementary therapies’ for arthritis.
Read about the effect of acupuncture on PsA.
Fish oils can help reduce inflammation and support general health.
Read about protecting your joints while doing daily activities.
The right shoes can make a big difference. Read about what you should look for when choosing shoes.
Read about ways to protect your joints while gardening.
Self-help devices can make tasks easier on your joints and more efficient for you.
Wrist and hand splints can provide protection and support for your joints.
Things to consider if you are purchasing a stairlift for your home.
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